How to run a dealership
Industry veterans share insights on how to better run a dealership business.
Selena Thurbon is the owner of Bikescape, a motorcycle & scooter workshop located in Sydney, Australia. In this interview, we discuss to process of switching from a combination of systems including Outlook, Excel and MYOB to Blackpurl.
“Switching to Blackpurl and Xero eliminated the need to have a part-time book-keeper”
1. Sell more units with trailer quoting tools
2. Increase work efficiency with a single place for parts inventory, service history, and unit cost tracking
3. Accelerate service growth with trailer-friendly work order write-up and service scheduling
4. Reduce accounting cost and increase business visibility with popular accounting integrations 5. Deploying a dealership platform can be straightforward”
In this video, we show you how to export a picklist from ARI’s PartSmart and import it into Blackpurl.
Super analyses your parts and accessories sales history to create a demand forecast for each part for the next 30-days.
In this video, we hear how Jeff Ryan manages his parts and accessories ordering across a group of 5 dealerships.
The sudden shift from direct storefront operations to more distanced and digital ones caught many dealerships flatfooted.
Our panel, featuring a powersports dealer, a dealership strategy consultant, and a technology expert, discuss how to succeed in 2021.
In this week’s episode, we talk with Travis Fusae from RV Service Centre, in Queensland, Australia to learn how he has adapted his business during a sustained period of economic uncertainty. We discuss everything from “Ninja” and “Ghost” RV services and how to turn your team into “Asset Creators”
In this interview, we talk with Rob Reed, operations manager at PeakXceleration, a powersports dealership in Moncton, New Brunswick to find out why he chose to switch to Blackpurl.
In this interview, we talk with Rob Reed, operations manager at PeakXceleration, a powersports dealership in Moncton, New Brunswick to find out what it’s like using Blackpurl in his dealership everyday.
No matter where you are in the world, right now, ‘business as usual’ doesn’t exist. Hopefully that feeling of the old ‘‘normal’ will begin to return before long, but in some ways, there’s just no going back. Not only do the dealerships of tomorrow need to be able to tackle the challenges we’re facing today, without the headache and disruption we all feel at the moment, but for many of us, we can’t wait for tomorrow to get back to business.
In this interview, we talk with Rob Reed, operations manager at PeakXceleration, a powersports dealership in Moncton, New Brunswick to find out how Blackpurl affected his overall business operations.
In this episode, we talk about how to run a contactless dealership. We cover everything from challenges with distributed teams, understanding the right applications to help you to protect your business and we discuss what the future holds for powersports dealerships.
There aren’t many motorcycle or scooter dealerships around that don’t have an interest in saving valuable time and money. Most have already found to their dire cost, that if you fail to plan you are planning to fail!